Note: This is not the only answer to the problem of the week.
After we finished checking our problem of the week we moved on to a group activity. The activity was everyone in your new seating plan were to measure a bunch of circles and put down their findings on a chart that was with their math notes.
After some time working on this activity we reviewed our answers. After that we had some notes.
We have discovered that the circumference or perimeter of a circle is approximately 3 times its diameter. Therefore we can use 3 x d when estimating circumference
We have also discoverd that the ratio of the circumference to diameter is approxemetly 3.14. We can use this value to calculate circumference. This value is repersented by a constant Pi which is often repessented by the greek symbol ---------------------------->
After we finished the notes we all handed in our homework which was to make a illusion with a circle that was at least 20 cm in diameter.
The next person I choose for the scribe post is Brendan.